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treated across the Rapidan, leaving us to take quiet possession of the region they had occupied. Morning reports. 1863. Oct. 19. Battery left Fairfax Station. Oct. 20. One dark gray horse died on the road, wounded. Oct. 21. Arrived at Catlett Station. Oct. 22. Privates Starkweather and Apthorp report for duty; Wm. H. Trefry reported to quarters. Oct. 23. One horse reclaimed by Lieut. Dauch (?) which was one of the horses turned in to the Battery (See morning report of Oct. 4, 1863.) Six horses shot, by order of Dr. Benson. Four horses unserviceable. Sergeant Chandler Gould reported to quarters. Oct. 25. Serg't C. Gould and Private F. A. Chase reported for duty. Oct. 26. Wm. H. Trefry reported for duty. Asa L. Gowell and Elias Ashcroft reported to quarters. Received nine horses from A. Q. Master. Oct. 27. Lieut. T. R. Armitage detailed on detached service for duty in Battery K, 4th U. S. Artillery, per order Gen. French. One horse died of glanders. O
Capt. Calvin D. Cowles , 23d U. S. Infantry, Major George B. Davis , U. S. Army, Leslie J. Perry, Joseph W. Kirkley, The Official Military Atlas of the Civil War, Index. (search)
15, 29, 30; 24 i, 118, 135, 188; 24 II, 463 Fort McAllister, Ga.: Engagement, Dec. 13, 1864 44, 112 McDowell, Va.: Engagement, May, 8, 1862 12 i, 474, 475 Mansfield, La.: Engagement, April 8, 1864 34 i, 227-229, 390 Mansura, La.: Engagement, May 16, 1864 34 i, 234, 235 Marietta, Ga.: Operations 38 i, 638, 639, 880 Maryland: Gettysburg Campaign 27 II, 711 Harper's Ferry, W. Va. 25 II, 425-427 Mathews County, Va.: Expedition, Oct. 4-9, 1863 29 i, 1017 Meridian Expedition: Feb. 3-March 6, 1864 32 i, 331 Middle Creek, Ky.: Engagement, Jan. 10, 1862 7, 51 Milliken's Bend, La.: Attack, June 7, 1863 24 II, 463 Mill Springs, Ky.: Fortifications on the Cumberland near 7, 946 Mine, the, Va.: Explosion, July 30, 1864 40 i, 559-563 Mine Run Campaign: Army Corps, routes, etc. 29 II, 496, 522, 932, 933 General operations, Army of the Potomac 29 i, 19 Missionary Ridge
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 13. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Battle of Chickamauga. (search)
eneral. Statement of losses in the three brigades during Friday afternoon, Satur-day and Sunday. brigades.Officers.Men.Killed.Wounded.Missing.TotalPer cent. Brown's1201,32050426448033.3 Bate's1321,085665161159348.7 Clayton's941,352865351363442.4 Dawson's Battery3621687 Eufala Battery310311314 Humphrey's Battery386123 Escort Company332112 ——————— 3584,0402051,499291,733 Report of General J. B Robertson. headquarters Texas brigade, in the field near Chattanooga, October 4th, 1863. Captain L. R. Terrill, Acting Adjutant-General Hood's Division: Captain,—I have the honor to respectfully submit my report of the part taken by my brigade in the action of the 19th and 20th September. My duties in the field have precluded me from submitting my report at an earlier period After having remained in line of battle from daybreak until near three o'clock P. M., I was ordered to take position on the left of Colonel Sheffield, commanding Law's brigade (General La
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.40 (search)
think, in the most exposed part of the line, but held its position until all the troops had retreated, both on the right and left, and then was the first regiment to rally and form for another onset. I was again complimented by General Cleburne, and I and my command were favorably noticed in his official report, as you are aware. My promotion immediately followed this engagement, with the circumstances of which you are well acquainted. My appointment as brigadier-general was on the 4th of October, 1863. I had then served as colonel eighteen months besides my sixty days service with State troops. I count from the time of my election; but under authority of the war department I had raised and organized the regiment, acting in the capacity and with the rank of colonel. You remember that after my promotion to brigadier-general I was assigned to the command of the old brigade with which I had served from the beginning, and which I had often commanded. From the foregoing you will obse
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Historical sketch of the Rockbridge artillery, C. S. Army, by a member of the famous battery. (search)
went twenty-two miles in direction of Richmond; 22d, ten miles, crossing North Anna, and into camp near Hanover Junction; 23d, one mile south of Hanover Junction * * * Atlees station* *; 28th, took Cold Harbor road, * * * Drewry's Bluff, * * * Dutch Gap, * * * pontoon bridge, * * * [remainder not guessable.] Notes. George W. Hostetter, transferred to [probably Fifty-eighth Virginia volunteers]. The following died: Alexander Harris, at Fort Delaware, between September 9 and October 4, 1863; James A. Nicely and John E. Davis, at Chimborazo, both in 1864—the latter on June 30th; and Ambrose Thompson [or Tomlinson] died July—, 1864. From this point onward the records are few and unsatisfactory. The next muster seems to have been August 31, 1864, at New Market Heights, where it was June 30th. July 15th, the battery went into position in the pits before day, and after daylight fired a few rounds, then came back to its former position on New Market Heights; remained quiet i
amed above, stabbing them through in many places, breaking their skulls, scattering their brains, &c.—Benjamin and Rachel Cooper's Deposition. 4. Hezekiah, of Weston, nephew of Seth (1), bro. of Seth (2), m. Abigail Frost 31 May, 1770. Hezekiah—of Woburn, by consent of the church there, in his bed, a few days before his deathbap., per records of this Pet., 28 June, 1779; father of Hezekiah (4). See Wyman's Chas., 1057. His son Samuel Frost, m. Polly Palmer 10 Nov. 1796 (Mary Wyman d. 4 Oct. 1863, a. 85); a son Hezekiah, d. here 13 Oct. 1803, a. 30 (g. s.). Samuel Frost, the son, o. c. here 20 Aug. 1797, and had Mary, bap. 3 Sept. 1797, m. John Hopkins, of Wilmington, 2 Dec. 1819; Samuel, bap. 19 Oct. 1800; Ann Elizabeth, bap. 24 Mar. 1805, m. Ellis Gray Blake, 15 Nov. 1821; Susanna Palmer, bap. 27 Sept. 1807, d. 6 Oct. 1809, a. 2; Abner Palmer, bap. 27 May, 1810; John Palmer, bap. 17 Sept. 1815. Samuel F. —blacksmith—d. 10 Aug. 1825, a. 53. Samuel, s. of Samuel F., d. 24 Dec.
riation of money to provide socks for distribution to the soldiers of this State in the Confederate service, by Mr. Bales, of refunding to Isaiah Wynn, of Lee county, the amount of taxes with which he was illegally assessed; by Mr. Queserbarry, of exempting slaves in those counties contiguous to the enemy from the penalties of the act to provide for the public defence, passed October 3, 1862; by Mr. , of Augusta of postponing the general Virginia from the 4th day in May to the 4th Thursday in October, 1863, by Mr. Messon, of further legislation to promote the Confederate policy of repressing atrocities of the public enemy. Mr. Brannon presented the petition of F. W. Haymond, asking payment of executes incurred in organizing a company of in the county of the Committee on Military Affairs. The joint resolution, offered by Mr. Collier on the 17th, to inquire into the expediency and justice of increasing the per diem of the members of the next General Assembly, was taken up a
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